Development of Three-Stage Methodology for a Strategy-Based Integrated Dynamics Model from a Value Chain Reconfiguring Perspective
The dynamics modeling system has forced the value chain reconfiguration to have fast-paced adaptability of clustered module structure associated with BSC-KIT (Balanced Scorecard, Knowledge-Integrated Traceability). It acts as a major driving support in developing the efficient appraisal and distinction of generic hierarchy of distribution decision factors. This paper proposes a Strategy-based Integrated Dynamics Model (SIDM) for process-driven capability of value chain reconfiguration using three-stage methodology. Its backbone is formed by the BSC-KIT of AHP-BSC structure (Analytic Hierarchy Process), ARIS-BSC platform (Architecture of Integrated Information System), hybrid ST-ARIS architecture (Systems Thinking) and a set of ARIS-EPCs architecture (Event-driven Process Chains) of decision-making strategy. SIDM development aims to supply findings of the events-and-patterns behavior of the aggregated comparison matrix, and to derive a precisely strategic mapping of causality for the industrial value chain. All these elements are taken to build cognition of a management-driven platform of the computer-aided process simulation model (CPSM).
KeywordsBalanced Scorecard (BSC) Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Architecture of Integrated Information System (ARIS) Systems Thinking (ST) Value Chain Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) Decision-Making Modeling Clustered Module Structure
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